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Women engineers boosted by postgraduate grants plan

BBC News - Women engineers boosted by postgraduate grants plan.

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  1. Male enrollment in universities are at an all time low an yet more encouragement for women. Approximately 60% of undergraduates are female.

    (1) Males are under represented in: Microbiology. Biology Biochemistry Medicine.
    (2) Only 10% of primary school teachers are male.
    (3) Less than 15% of nurses are male.
    (4) Postgraduate nursing has no males at all.
    (5) The arts subjects the a the source of our Lawyers, Politicians, Judges and Social activists, are vastly underrepresented by males.
    This is far worse and damaging for society.

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